One hundred road cols in the Black Forest

Rédigé par Enrico Alberini


An 860-kilometre route departing from Baden Baden with a total of about 20,800 metres vertical climb, including 107 passes (plus 9 optional extra passes).

It was prepared by Alain Brault (CC 3693)

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Geolocation files (GPX) are made available to registrants.



The Club des Cent Cols, founded in 1972 and affiliated to the French Federation of Cyclotouring, has prepared this “Randonnée Permanente” based on a simple theme: “One Hundred Cols”. The completion of these one hundred cols will allow you either to join the Club, or to progress with your list in the Club’s “Tableau d’Honneur”.

In any case to allow you to discover, or rediscover, the Black Forest and the delights of its hill roads.

100 cols that will let you make a road tour revealing the Black Forest’s landscapes, picturesque villages, lakes and celebrated peaks.


The 10 controls will be carried out at check points chosen by the randonneurs themselves, with a check carried out in each separate sector.

Dix contrôles sont obligatoires : ils seront effectués en des points de parcours choisis par le randonneur lui-même, un contrôle étant effectué dans chaque secteur (the sector numbers are to be transferred to the route map).

* Baden – Oppenau

* Oppenau – Wolfach

* Wolfach – Sankt Georgen

* Sankt Georgen – Titisee

* Titisee – Todtmoos

* Todtmoos – Lörrach

* Lörrach – Schönau im Schwarzwald

* Schönau im Schwartzwald – Sankt Peter

* Sankt Peter – Biberach

* Biberach – Baden

Main Cols

Grüblesattel DE-BW-1419

Feldbergpass DE-BW-1231

Kandelpass DE-BW-1204

Wiedener Eck DE-BW-1035

Grieshabereck DE-BW-1010

Passhöhe Rotkreuz DE-BW-1000

Kohlgrube DE-BW-0998

Wilhelmshöhe DE-BW-0975

Rules of the randonnées permanentes

Any participant in this 100 Col Route agrees to respect the rules governing it.

More information

10 rue de Normandie
31120 Portet sur Garonne

Tél : +33 (0)5 61 76 30 12
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Please note : send your road maps to be approved as well as your postcards and travelogues only to the current person in charge, whatever you find as old information (so do not write to Roger Colombo, Bernard Pommel, Jean-Marc Lefèvre or Roland Grimaud †).